Here's a rundown of what to pack when going on safari, it is ideal to pack it in a canvas holdall as space can be restricted on a portion of the vehicles. It is likewise helpful to take a little backpack on the vehicle with you for conveying your camera, binoculars, save film and anything you may require while traveling in the vehicle. The lodges supply towels and toiletries so no compelling reason to pack them.
1. Shorts and shirts or light pants for the daytime. Unbiased tones like beige, khaki, stone and light dark colored don't demonstrate the soil and residue to which you'll be uncovered.
2. A pair of good walking boots, if arranging any walking safaris.
3. A wide brimmed cap to conceal you from the sun - this ought to have string/lashes, if remaining in the van or jeep - it could be brushed off.
4. A lot of sunscreen cream (High SPF).
5. A decent pair of binoculars.
6. Long pants and long-or short-sleeved shirts for the night, for men, as insurance from mosquitoes; correspondingly for the women, maxi dresses are prominent, in addition to a pashmina, if crisp.
7. A wool/jumper/sweater for the early morning (or a safari coat) and night game drives, as it will in general get somewhat crisp, particularly in the highlands and the Masai Mara.
8. A lot of film or flash card memory for your camera and a battery charger.
9. A little emergency treatment kit.
10. Swimming ensembles/swimsuits as the vast majority of the lodges and camps have pools.
11. Great pair of sun glasses as you are on the equator where the sun is exceptionally powerful
12. A couple of running shoes and sports socks. Besides safari shoes with socks for women.
13. A little maglight or flashlight.
14. A bottle of water your hand bag. (Easily purchased in Kenya). Most vans will have coolers for which you can request drinks from the hotel/camp the prior night, if going out throughout the day or for a game drive.
15. Mosquito repellant, trap or mosquito electric ball with chips, to put on around evening time in hotel or camp (if required).